Model S wagon rain prisk designAnother automotive designer, Rain Prisk Designs, released renderings of a wagon version of the Tesla Model S. To be clear, the design is from an independent artist unaffiliated with Tesla and as far as we know, Tesla has no plan to make a station wagon any time soon.

Even though it’s not coming soon, if ever, it’s still an interesting design.

Oversized wheels aside, I think Rain Prisk did a great job with the picture, which beautifully illustrates how well the sedan’s design transfers to a station wagon design.

The idea is not new and a popular one with independent rendering artists since the release of the Model S. Back in 2012, Theophilus Chin – the same designer who recently released Model 3 renderings, which confused some people – published a series of pictures of a Model S wagon:

Aesthetics aside, the main advantage would be a larger cargo space, but with the Model S having the most cargo space out of any sedan, it’s kind of like fixing a non-existent problem. It might not be worth the range loss due to the added weight and worst aerodynamic performance.

What do you guys think?

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